Why is creativity so elusive? We see artists and poets and marvel agape at their powers of creation, but in truth creativity is a learned thing – a practice of insight and introspection. You too have the potential to produce art almost as good as the greats, if only you look in the right places. It doesn’t matter that no one’s listening.
Visit the place where the magic begins and the fun never ends. Every day is a nail-biting adventure inside A WRITER'S MIND™!
Breath-taking beauty awaits you in this rainbow-land of fantastic ideas and colour-splashed coping strategies. Consider how grand it might be to pitch-tent upon the blissful symbolic plains of the subconscious.
International Women’s Day will be celebrated this week on Thursday, March 8th.
The Writing Centre and the Book Store invite you to attend a book launch and reception for Performing Antiracist Pedagogy in Rhetoric, Writing, and Communication, edited by Dr. Frankie Condon (English Language and Literature) and Dr. Vershawn Young (Drama and Speech Communication).
Please join us for a discussion and refreshments.
Join us in the Dana Porter Library lobby for the We Are All UWaterloo 2! Read-In and Act-Up! event.
TERRY FALLIS | Award-winning author | Engineer | Communications leader
Talk Title: “Writing in the Digital Age” on Thursday, November 17 at 4:30 p.m. Get your free tickets through Ticket Fire.
As the Writing Centre reaches its 40th year milestone, we look backward at the ways that writing and communication have changed.
Students, faculty, and staff are invited to the Writing Centre’s 40th Anniversary Celebration on Thursday, October 20. Drop by STC Main Lobby from 10am-4pm.
Reception from 2-4pm, with opening remarks at 3pm.
In the last few weeks I’ve been listening to the Mortified podcast, which features adults reading their adolescent diaries in front of a live audience, with no exaggeration, no embellishment, “just god-given awkwardness”. Every episode is guaranteed to produce cringing smiles.
I kept a diary of my own for six years, running from grade nine through my first year of university.
I did a co-op term as a technical writer at a high tech company here in Waterloo.
The job of a technical writer varies from company to company, but essentially it involves writing text that allows customers to understand how to use technology. In my case I was documenting software changes, and the process went something like this: